In July 2022 Domenic Maiorano was appointed the 11th Head of School at Saint Edmond’s Academy. Domenic is a graduate of the class of 1997. Prior to returning to the Academy, Domenic completed his 8th year at Salesianum School, serving his other alma mater as its Dean of Students, Director of Alumni, and as the Director of Development. Before entering the education field, Domenic served in law enforcement for thirteen years. Domenic holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice degree from the University of Delaware and has completed coursework toward his Master of Science degree in Management at Wilmington University.
As Head of School, Domenic serves as the Chief Executive Officer and designated spokesperson and representative for the Academy. In collaboration with the Administrators and the Board of Directors, he will set the spirit and tone of the Academy, striving to maintain the legacy of a strong Christian atmosphere based on the teachings of the Catholic Church and the vision and values of the Brothers of Holy Cross.
Dr. Michael C. Reichert ‘98 assumed the role of Principal, beginning in July 2022. As a graduate of the Academy and former teacher and coach, Michael jumped at the opportunity to return to a school that has had such a formative influence in his life. Prior to serving in this role, Michael worked six years as Director of Technology and Instruction at Salesianum School where he was also a member of the school’s academic leadership team and led the school’s use of technologies and technology-related programs. Michael has been in education since 2007, spending over nine years teaching at Saint Edmond’s prior to venturing into school leadership. Michael holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware along with a certificate from the University of Pennsylvania in strategic leadership. Michael earned an M.S.Ed. in Secondary Education from the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education.
Serving alongside Domenic, as Principal, Michael leads all aspects of school life, including curriculum and instruction, student support and co-curricular programming, and the development of programming to fully realize the school’s vision of educating the heart in concert with the mind of each of the students. Along with his administrative team, Domenic, and the Board of Directors, Michael will evolve the instructional vision, school culture, and student programming to ensure the school continues to develop boys of character in a community of faith, as it has done since 1959.